The Shoutbox
Ive come to a harsh realization, short of a major side lining event, I will never enjoy the sweet, sweet nectar of a great JRPG agaaaainnnn.
Originally Posted by Torgo
Believe me, I know Chrono Trigger. Probably my favorite JRPG and maybe overall video game, having played it on SNES, PS and on my cell phone (during meetings...don't shame me). I still dream about living in 12,000 B.C.
Chrono Trigger made #21 in the top 50 game list a few years back. If interested in the convo: https://www.movieforums.com/communit...ad.php?t=51281
Originally Posted by FilmsLover223
Nah, you are too expencive
Originally Posted by FilmsLover223
and giving just spells
Originally Posted by FilmsLover223
While I give you the place, where I got this spell from
Originally Posted by FilmsLover223
ugh
Originally Posted by FilmsLover223
I am calling police
Originally Posted by FilmsLover223
for illegal trading
Camo?
Originally Posted by ynwtf
Originally Posted by Torgo
Is that game as addictive as they say? I remember someone on a G4TV show saying that he hooked up his TV and Genesis to a generator during a power outage because he just couldn't stop playing it.
It can be, yes. I'm not kidding about spending can entire summer on it. It's slow to get into as we're a lot of these console RPGs from then. And the dungeons REQUIRE maps to not lose your mind. I love the game but if you want to test old RPGs, give Chrono-trigger a go. It's a more playful character set and a bit more dynamic gameplay.
Believe me, I know Chrono Trigger. Probably my favorite JRPG and maybe overall video game, having played it on SNES, PS and on my cell phone (during meetings...don't shame me). I still dream about living in 12,000 B.C.
Originally Posted by Torgo
Is that game as addictive as they say? I remember someone on a G4TV show saying that he hooked up his TV and Genesis to a generator during a power outage because he just couldn't stop playing it.
It can be, yes. I'm not kidding about spending can entire summer on it. It's slow to get into as we're a lot of these console RPGs from then. And the dungeons REQUIRE maps to not lose your mind. I love the game but if you want to test old RPGs, give Chrono-trigger a go. It's a more playful character set and a bit more dynamic gameplay.
Originally Posted by FilmsLover223
Guys, I've got a new deal!
Franklin?
Originally Posted by Thief
Ha!

Move zig, move zig, you know whatv you doing. Take off every zig!
Ha!

Is that game as addictive as they say? I remember someone on a G4TV show saying that he hooked up his TV and Genesis to a generator during a power outage because he just couldn't stop playing it.
I started Phantasy Star II last night, an old Sega Genesis title. Back then, I had the cartridge and spent my entire 8th grade summer (may be wrong on the exact year) leveling through that game, dungeon after dungeon and finally made it to Mother Brain. I didn't survive and needed a few more levels. Soon after, my controller broke and I never got to finish it. I'm not sure I can endure this old school grind as an adult...